Donald Trump ordered to pay almost $400,000 in attorney fees to The New York Times

In a recent ruling, New York Judge Robert Reed ordered former President Donald Trump to pay The New York Times and its three investigative reporters – Susanne Craig, David Barstow, and Russell Buettner – legal fees totaling $392,638. This payment stems from Trump’s unsuccessful lawsuit against them concerning a 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning article about his family’s financial dealings and tax strategies.

Assault weapons could become legal throughout the United States when California’s overturned ban is appealed to the Supreme Court

Conservative voters, Second Amendment activists and gun aficionados celebrated the overturn of California’s decades-long assault weapons ban, thanks to a decision by federal Judge Roger Benitez. Now that California Attorney General Rob Bonta filed an appeal, the resulting legal battles may provide even further cause for courtroom warfare – a Supreme Court case.